Gene Modulation Sales Specialist - Upper Midwest Region

GE Healthcare
Job Location
Chicago, IL 60601

Health Insurance
Disability short and long term.
Savings accounts
Paid Time Off

Job Description

In this role, you will be responsible for selling GE Healthcare products or services to, an maintaining relationships with existing named accounts including large, complex, high visibility, strategic, or tactically important accounts. The Gene Modulation Sales Specialist (GMS) is responsible for the maintenance and growth of the RNAi, Gene Expression, and CRISPR-Cas9 Gene Editing business of the Dharmacon-branded product portfolio across the assigned territory.


BS Life Sciences, Molecular Biology or Biochemistry or related field

At least 3 years of previous sales experience in either RNA Interference, Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, or the broader Life Science research market.

At least 2 years of hands-on laboratory experience in life science research, molecular biology, cell biology or related areas

At least 4 years of demonstrated selling skills including customer presentations, price quoting, closing and growing a sales territory

In-depth knowledge of either cell biology, molecular biology, RNA interference, Gene Expression, or Gene Editing

Knowledge of market place.

Willingness to travel within your specified geographic region, including an estimated up to 40% overnight travel.

Must be willing to live in and work in the Mid-West territory with preference given to the Chicago or Detroit metro areas.

About Our Organization

What do you envision for your future? At GE Healthcare, we strive to see life more clearly. Our "healthymagination" vision for the future invites the world to join us on our journey as we continuously develop innovations focused on reducing healthcare costs, increasing access and improving quality and efficiency around the world.

We are an $18 billion unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE), employing more than 52,000 people worldwide and serving healthcare professionals in more than 100 countries. We believe in our strategy - and we'd like you to be a part of it. As a global leader, GE can bring together the best in science, technology, business and people to help solve one of the world's toughest challenges and shape a new age of healthcare.

Something remarkable happens when you bring together people who are committed to making a difference - they do!

At work for a healthier world.

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Learn More About GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare Life Sciences provides products and services used as tools for biopharmaceutical manufacturing, drug discovery and the latest in cellular technologies, thereby enabling our customers around the world to be more productive, effective and creative. Our motivation is to create better health for more people. Through our five decades of supporting the biopharmaceutical industry and its research partners to become more productive, we are helping to reduce costs, increase access and improve quality in the healthcare system. We use our expertise and know-how in imaginative ways to work with our customers to provide what’s needed today and create products and solutions to enable the medical treatments of tomorrow. We add value to our customers by:

Providing cutting-edge research tools that give deeper insights into cell function to enable disease diagnosis and the development of treatments.
Enabling manufacturing productivity: we provide solutions for the entire bioprocess workflow (i.e. start-to-finish bioprocessing) helping our customers to develop and manufacture biopharmaceuticals more efficiently.
Providing high quality support and maintenance services.
We are the home of many famous brands, including Whatman, Amersham, Biacore, WAVE, Applied Precision, Xcellerex and more.

Learn More About GE Healthcare Life Sciences

GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.

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